New Amazon streaming service, family plans come to Project FiAmazon's new music streaming service is today's biggest tech news. Plus Google's Project Fi offering family plans and the fallout from Samsung's Note 7 debacle.
This is&nbsp;CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. Amazon announced a new stand alone music streaming service like Spotify and Apple Music. Amazon Music Unlimited will give you access to millions of tracks. Prime members can get the full service $8 a month, there's also a $4 a month option but there's a catch for that price it will only let you play songs through and Amazon Echo speaker. It's launched in US, but the service will also be available for customers in the UK, Germany and in Austria, leader the sheer. Google's mobile service Project Fi is offering family plans for $15 per line, or unlimited talk and text. Data cost remain the same, $10 per gigabyte Projects by US Cellular, Sprint, and T-Mobile wireless connection, but it is only available on three phones. With production of the Note 7 having officially ended, the economic fallout is underway. The recall has caused shares to fall 8%, wiping out 17 billion of its market value. Now, the company has a long road of rebuilding trust ahead of it. The damage done to the Samsung brand is something that could potentially last for much longer. Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the tech today app in the Apple app store.